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2002-08-01

Hundreds of Workers March On Washington, Charging Bush with Exclusionary Relief Policies After 9/11

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Hundreds of New York City low-wage workers marched on Washington yesterday. Chanting "Health care, not toxic air" in Cantonese, Spanish and English, the workers say the Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied low-income residents of lower Manhattan emergency aid for health care, rent and unemployment in the wake of September 11.

Guest:

  • Michael Lalan, Beyond Ground Zero Network.

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